Marc Regnier

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Marc Regnier
Background information
BornFlorida, U.S.
Instrument(s)Classical guitar
LabelsMusical Heritage Society, Sono Luminus, Naxos

Marc Regnier is an American classical guitarist.


Marc Regnier is a Grammy-nominated classical guitarist.[1] He has been described by critics as "a master of his instrument" and "a musician of intelligence, lyricism and subtlety." Since his concert debut at the age of fifteen, Regnier has performed in major cities throughout America from San Francisco to New York's Carnegie Recital Hall.[2] He also has appeared in concert and given master classes in Canada and South America. He is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.

His Grammy-nominated 2010 recording Gnattali: Solo & Chamber Works for Guitar was recorded at Skywalker Sound, produced by four-time Grammy winners Marina and Victor Ledin, and recorded by Grammy winning engineer Leslie Ann Jones.[3] His music has been released on Naxos, Musical Heritage Society, and Dorian Sono Luminus labels.

Regnier's recordings have drawn such critical acclamation as "Rarely have the repertoire and the skills of a particular artist been combined as effectively...a significant recording on all accounts." (Fanfare). After his debut release Soundboard magazine proclaimed " pleasurable affair as any first recording since the advent of Manuel Barrueco."

Regnier currently chairs the guitar department at the College of Charleston in South Carolina.[4][5]



  1. ^ The Classical Guitar Blog (2010). "News: Guitarist Marc Regnier Grammy Nominated". Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  2. ^ "Music and Dance - Concerts". New York Magazine: 109. May 7, 1984. Retrieved 8 January 2013.
  3. ^ Koob, Lindsay. "Classical guitarist Marc Regnier heads the list of local Grammy nominees". Charleston City Paper. Retrieved 8 January 2013. The musicians were fortunate to work with some of the very best record producers in the business, Marina and Victor Ledin, four-time Grammy nominees themselves. Leslie Ann Jones, the recording engineer, is a previous Grammy winner.
  4. ^ Marc Regnier's Website (2010). "Marc Regnier Biography". Retrieved 2010-05-18.
  5. ^ "Marc Regnier Professor, Classical Guitar". Retrieved 28 November 2017.

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